There is truth in wine
Possible interpretation: When people are drunk, what they say is often true. People often speak the truth when they lose their self-control.
Origin: This proverb has Greek and Roman roots, and is often expressed in its Latin form: In vino, veritas.
wine (noun): an alcoholic drink typically made from fermented grape juice
If "there is truth in wine", somebody is most likely to lie when they are:
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Contributor: Josef Essberger